Welcome to another edition of our Weekly Rewind – where we summarize all our posts from the last week. The top stories this week were 3) “NPR Podcast on Krebs’ New Book ‘Spam Nation’ ”, 2) “8-Year Old Reuben Paul Promotes Teaching Kids Cyber Security”, and 1) “Project KidHack Slides from BSidesDE 2014”. If you missed anything or happened to be offline, we hope you find this summary post useful as a quick reference. A la Schneier … you can also use this rewind post to talk about the security stories in the news that we haven’t covered remote-access.
Project KidHack Slides from BSidesDE 2014: This past weekend I had the honor of presenting my Project KidHack talk at the BSidesDE. The goal of the presentation was to discuss all the fun games we can use to introduce our kids to information security. (continued here)
8-Year Old Reuben Paul Promotes Teaching Kids Cyber Security: I had a chance to meet young Reuben Paul at the speaker party of the (ISC)2 Congress in Atlanta a few months ago. His talk discussed why we should be teaching kids about cyber security, which dovetails nicely with my Project KidHack. He’s also been getting some recent press as you can see below. I’ve added in his video presentation as well from the (ISC)2 Congress for those that are interested. (continued here)
NPR Podcast on Cyberwar: For those non-public radio listeners, I came across this great interview on Fresh Air titled “An In-Depth Look At The U.S. Cyber War, The Military Alliance And Its Pitfalls” with host Terry Gross and author Shane Harris. Yeah, Shane is hawking his new book but overall the podcast kept my attention throughout. (continued here)
NPR Podcast on Krebs’ New Book “Spam Nation”: Geez, it must be cyber week over on NPR… Following up with ourearlier post, here’s another Fresh Air show covering DC-based Brian Krebs’ new book, “Spam Nation: The Inside Story of Organized Cybercrime-from Global Epidemic to Your Front Door.” (continued here)
Hope everyone had a wonderful week! Have a great weekend!